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Resources: Resume & Cover Letter Writing Tips

Matt Glodz
Resources: Resume & Cover Letter Writing Tips

Tips & Tools From Our Career Advice Blog

We compiled tools and articles from our career advice blog to help you prepare the strongest resume and cover letter possible.

By referencing these resources, you will be able to:

  • Optimize your resume for applicant tracking systems
  • Learn what recruiters expect to see in an executive resume
  • Write a resume and cover letter that differentiate you from similar applicants

Free Resume Optimization Tools

Must Reads & Recruiter Perspectives

Resume Content Advice

Keyword Optimization & Applicant Tracking Systems

Cover Letter Advice

Resume Formatting Tips

What NOT to Do on Your Resume

Working with Resume Writers & Career Coaches

Additional Reading

 

 


About Resume Pilots

Resume Pilots is an award-winning executive resume writing, career coaching, and outplacement firm. Our previous clients include CEOs and senior executives at the world's leading companies.

Here's how we can help you:

Resume, Cover Letter, and LinkedIn Writing: After a one-hour phone consultation, one of our expert writers will prepare your top-quality personal marketing materials from scratch. 

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We're a proud member of the Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches. All of our writers have studied in the Ivy League and other top-tier universities and have solid industry experience.


About the AuthorMatt Glodz


Matt Glodz is the Founder and Managing Partner of Resume Pilots and a Certified Professional Resume Writer.

After studying business communication at Cornell University, Matt worked within Fortune 500 companies, where he noted that qualified candidates were frequently denied interview opportunities due to poorly written documents.

At Resume Pilots, Matt combines his business and writing background - which includes prior work for a Chicago Tribune publication - to craft resumes that give his clients the best chance of landing interviews. He works with clients ranging from CEOs to recent graduates and has been writing resumes for over eight years.


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